David Evans

David has completed a PhD (Macquarie University) in New Testament studies, focusing on the historical background to the book of Acts. He teaches Christian Studies at St Peter’s Lutheran College as his main focus, while helping teach our introductory New Testament units at QTC. David and his family attend Rosalie Baptist Church in Brisbane’s inner west.

 

 

Peter Jensen

Peter was principal of Moore Theological College from 1985 to 2001. From 2001 to 2013 he served as Archbishop of Sydney in the Anglican Church of Australia. QTC benefits from his knowledge and experience as he teaches Systematic Theology to our first year students.

 

 

 

 

Megan Walsh

Megan is a QTC Graduate who is on the staff team at Providence Church in Sunnybank. We are pleased to have Megan on our team teaching First Year Hebrew.

 

 

 

Don Carson

Revelation Intensive TBC

 

 

 

Daniel Block

Daniel Block will be teaching an MA Intensive Unit on Reading and Preaching Ezekiel. He will also be teaching OT423i-433i-623i-633i on Exilic Prophecy.

 

 

Andrew Moody

Andrew Moody is a lay theologian, author, and adjunct lecturer at several theological colleges. His area of key interest is how the nature of relationships within the Trinity affects salvation history. Andrew serves as Editorial Director of the TGCA Editorial Panel and manages their Bible and Theology Channel.

Andrew will be teaching Foundations of Systematic Theology online.

Craig Tucker

Craig Tucker has served as a Presbyterian Minister in outer-western and inner-western Sydney. He trained as a church planting coach with City to City (Redeemer Presbyterian network) and as a church planting assessor by the Presbyterian Church. Craig is currently completing a PhD while serving as Director of Coaching for Geneva Push and also National Chairman of AFES.

Craig will be teaching Principles of Interpretation online.

Gary Millar

Gary has been the Principal of QTC since the start of 2012. After studying chemistry in his home city of Belfast, Gary moved to Aberdeen in Scotland to study theology, before completing a D.Phil at Oxford on Deuteronomy. Gary worked as a pastor for the next 17 years in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland and was involved in both church revitalization and church planting, before moving to Brisbane to lead the team at QTC.

Gary teaches Old Testament, Pastoral Ministry and Preaching, and preaches every Tuesday morning in college chapel. Gary has written on Deuteronomy (Now Choose Life in the NSBT series, Time and Place in Deuteronomy JSOTS 174), 1, 2 Kings (ESV Expository Commentary), Prayer (Calling on the name of the Lord: A Biblical Theology of Prayer also in the NSBT series) and Preaching (Saving Eutychus, written with Phil Campbell), and contributed to several other works (New Dictionary of Biblical Theology; The Trustworthiness of God (ed. Paul Helm and Carl Trueman); Jesus Betrayed and Crucified in His Mission: Jesus in the Gospel of Luke (ed. D.A. Carson and K. Nielsen), and the ESV Men’s Devotional Bible). At the beginning of 2020, the Good Book Company published his book Need to Know on the Christian life, soon followed by 2 Corinthians for You. He is currently working on a major commentary on Deuteronomy and is an Associate Series Editor (Old Testament) of the Christian Standard Commentary.

Gary travels widely throughout Australia and beyond, seeking to encourage local churches. He is also a co-founder of The Gospel Coalition Australia. Gary is married to Fiona, and they have three daughters, Lucy, Sophie and Rebekah. Hear what Gary has to say about his subject areas at QTC.

Andrew Bain

Andrew has taught Church History, Christian Ethics, and Philosophy at QTC since 2008, and has served as our Vice-Principal since 2013. ​Andrew grew up in the Redlands east of Brisbane, and still loves the Bay; spending time there with family and friends whenever he gets the chance. Prior to coming to QTC, he was a pastor on the NSW Central Coast, having previously spent five years with the Queensland Government working in economic policy and project management.

Andrew completed first-class honours degrees in both history and theology from UQ and Moore Theological College, as well as Masters (Cambridge University) and PhD (UQ) degrees in history. His doctoral research was on how several of the Early Church Fathers understood the work of Christ. Andrew has also studied philosophy, completing a masters degree on Kant’s ethics at Macquarie, for which he was awarded the University Medal. He is keenly interested in developing and strengthening teaching and learning at QTC and beyond, among other things serving as Head of the Australian College of Theology’s (ACT) Department of Christian Thought & History and Chair of the ACT’S Coursework Committee. He has published in a range of areas in Christian ethics, historical theology, and adult education, including his recent volumes Passion and Resurrection Narratives: Post Nicene Latin Interpretations and Theological Education: Foundations, Practices and Future Directions (edited with Ian Hussey). Andrew is also the Chair of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (AFES) National Board. He is married to Robyn, and they have two girls, Guinevere and Julia. Hear what Andrew has to say about his subject areas at QTC.

Robyn Bain

Robyn is married to Andrew, and teaches the theological ethics course with him. Robyn worked as a medical doctor for 14 years and also completed a theological degree at Moore College, Sydney, and postgraduate study in bioethics. Robyn is the Chair of the Presbyterian Church of Queensland’s public questions and social ethics committee, Gospel in Society Today (GiST), and the Chair of the annual Brisbane-based womens conference, GROW. She has also worked as the women’s pastor on a church team, in student ministry with AFES in NSW, and as a speaker she is a great encouragement to women in a wide range of contexts.